When choosing colour, do you ever think about how it affects the way it can make us act and feel?
In certain environments, colour can be a vital tool to promote specific moods and behaviour.
For example using particular colour combinations in work environments can help to influence creative expression and positivity.
Confidence, optimism and brightness; ideal for living rooms
Stimulating, passionate, warm and friendly. Ideal for kitchens and leisure areas
Physical courage, strength, warmth, energy and stimulation. Red is the primary colour that promotes conversation and creativity. Dark reds are particularly good for use in dining rooms
Elegance, quality, importance. Often used to indicate Royalty and historical influences
Intellectual, calming, communication. Blue as a primary colour promotes clear communication and has a calming effect, perfect for use in offices
Harmony, environmental awareness, rejuvenation. This primary colour helps to promote feelings of security, ideal for use in bedrooms
Some simple tricks of the trade to help you get the best results when choosing colours